A once handsome playboy, César finds himself in a mental facility and he can't remember why. All he can remember is meeting the love of his life for one day, and then getting into a car accident which left his face horribly disfigured. But the pain of becoming physically undesirable may help him to find the truth.
Did You Know?
In the movie Eduardo Noriega
appears moving by an empty Madrid's Gran Vía, without cars or people. This scene was victim of a certain polemic due to The Devil's Advocate
(1997), where its main character Keanu Reeves
appears moving by a too totally empty New York City's Fifth Avenue, creating a doubt about which of the two scenes was copied (or plagiarized) of the other. See more
As César runs on an "empty" street at the beginning of the film, three people can be seen. One, a man in a blue shirt, standing in the bottom right corner of the frame, and two other people on a balcony above him. See more
Did you screw her?
Tremble Goes the Night
Composed by Chris Eckman
Performed by The Walkabouts See more